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Gov. Ron DeSantis Reveals Trump’s ‘Huge Problem’ Leading Into 2024

via C-SPAN
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Governor Ron DeSantis accused former President Donald Trump of flip-flopping on abortion, highlighting Trump’s shift from supporting pro-life measures to criticizing states with heartbeat bills.

DeSantis emphasized the importance of consistency on fundamental issues and pointed out the potential impact on voters in Iowa.

DeSantis said, “I’m pro-life. I believe in creating a culture of life.”
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“I have been able to follow that up in Florida by enacting pro-life protections to protect unborn that have a heartbeat, a detectible heartbeat,” he continued.

“That’s something that the legislature passed, and we signed earlier this year,” explained DeSantis.

“I think one thing in this race that I think is important to point out is Donald Trump flip-flopping on the right to life,” said DeSantis.

“If you welcome in January of 2020 when he was president, he stood in the March for Life and he gave a speech. If you read the speech, he said that all life is a gift from God. He compared the unborn child in the mother’s womb to being the image of God. He said it was important that we had protections in law,” recalled the Florida Republican.

Adding, “That’s what he was saying in January 2020. Now he has attacked states that have enacted protections like heartbeat bills as being a terrible, terrible thing. How do you square that March for Life speech with now trashing states that have advanced protections that he claimed to cover?”

“Was he not being honest in January 2020? Has he just flipped his position to now what he is saying in 2023?”, challenged DeSantis.

“I think that’s a huge problem,” lamented the governor.

“We know people come at this from different angles. It’s a diverse country. There’s a lot of division about it. You should be consistent in your belief, especially on something that’s very fundamental.”

“He has not been consistent,” contended DeSantis, “I think there’s a lot of voters in Iowa who care about this, who need to know how he has changed his position.”

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